M MuneerBeing smart is better for marketers As we have been discussing in these columns, business-to-business (B2B) marketing is becoming more dynamic by the day and even by the hour, and marketers who are used to static marketing plans need a
Kuruvilla PandikattuBias and prejudice exist in science too Religion has caused a lot of harm to humanity. Agreed. That does not make religion in itself bad! So has science.
Kriti JainRiskfactor: Meet the surface technician If you are on LinkedIn, you must have noticed the fancy titles that people use to describe themselves.
Arun KejriwalThe opportunist Money and a flair for numbers come naturally to Navneet Munot.
Advaita KalaMoodindigo: Million questions, no answers In the past two weeks there have been two incidents of political violence in Kerala against RSS/BJP workers that have been bone chilling and deviated from the normal violence, brutal as it has been.
Noor MohammadRBI apprised govt of DeMo consequences: Urjit The Narendra Modi government went ahead with its decision to scrap high-denomination currency notes on November 8, despite the Reserve Bank board expressing apprehension whether the cash could be repl
Ranjan DasScreenSavour: Call of the Celeb Recently Meryl Streep, who was awarded the Cecil DeMille Award for a lifetime of notable work at the Golden Globe Awards, took the opportunity to criticise Donald Trump.
Preeti ShenoySlice of life: A brush with opportunity An art demonstration that I attended on the weekend, turned out to be a little life lesson.
Ritwik MukherjeePranab presses for lower interest rate With macros being strong and inflation under check, President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday said a lower, acceptable and stable interest rate will benefit industrial progress.
Yajurvindra SinghClose-in: The young turks of India The last few weeks have been an exciting period in Indian cricket. The finals of the Ranji Trophy resulted in a historic win for Gujarat.